Bill Graeser, a Long Island native, has worked as dairy farmer, carpenter, teacher of Transcendental Meditation and is currently the Locksmith at Maharishi University of Management, Fairfield, Iowa. Winner of the 2012 Norman Thomas Memorial Award and 2016 2nd Place Winner in Adult Category-Iowa Poetry Association. Published in “North American Review,” “Michigan Avenue Review,” “Lyrical Iowa,” “Chiron Review,” the “Long Island Quarterly” and “This Enduring Gift.”

To contact Bill-    billgraeser@gmail.com

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  • Graham de Freitas says:

    So glad to see your poems online.
    With all best wishes

  • Bill, you are a genius! Your poetry is an open door to your playful mind. Perspective is your gift, as is your dry wit. You are an artist in every sense, using every sense including your knowingness. What a delight to see this site. Thanks for sharing your bliss.

    • Nathaniel says:

      I’ve always felt very grateful for the time I’ve spent with Bill. His life is a giant gift to everyone. Wishing you all good things, love your stuff! Neat site!

  • Elaine says:

    Wonderful poems. Thank you. 🙂 Elaine

  • Bill, reading one of your poems is watching the world unfold from a moment. I was moved both to tears (your grandmother) and laughter (Frankenstein), but all these September poems delighted my Chit. I look forward to reading the rest.

  • Akber Ali says:

    I didn’t know that you have such an amazing eye to catch moments, and the Poem Wow. You are a Gem.

  • Faith lieberman says:

    Wondered where you had gone.
    Lovely enlightened poetry.

  • Sue Berkey says:

    …so many memorable powerful clear images…I will come back and look again. Thank you, Bill

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